Come join us for amazing week long trainings with ISTA The International Schools of Temple Arts
* For the Sexuality & Consciousness International Conference in TLV (Sept 19th-21st) see below
* For level 1 (Sept 22nd-28th) see here \ Facebook- Level 1
* For level 2 (Oct 2nd – 8th) see here \ Facebook- Level 2
* Between level 1 and... Read more...
This video art piece was made by Dawn Cherie Ezrahi (concept and directing and Jivan Ari Bustan (video and editing) in 2010.
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Online Version is Now Available
From Ran Baron’s posting: “This event was so thrilling, we learned how to open up to Love, how the Hebraic path relates to women empowerment and even learned the Tantric pracrtice of shaking hands! This event covered it all! It was such an amazing evening, Rabbi Ohad and his gorgeous wife Dawn kept us captivated... Read more...
“The essence of holiness is the intensification of the passion for the Divine and of Spiritual Light in the will of the individual and his or her nature, until the drive for the Sacred and the Divine strain will be deeper in one’s psyche than all natural wills.
The one that reaches this supreme state, where the Divine passion is stronger... Read more...
A new vision for the M.E Beyind National States \ Rabbi Ohad Ezrahi
An article responding to the latest events in the Middle East (Feb 2011)
The Arab world is going through great upheavals these days. Suddenly, as if from nowhere, the cry of the masses demanding a different life is erupting.
To my eyes it seems the problem lies with the fact that... Read more...
For Yom Kipur 5771 (2010) the magical forest of Beit Oren (our new location) was hosting our gathering and prayers
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Translation by Yasmine Ariel
We are humans, and therefore make mistakes. It is a simple insight, which for some reason eludes us from time to time when we are trying to be “better” people, and do “spiritual work.”
Being human is accepting the fact that we make mistakes every now and again, and... Read more...
Rabbi Ohad Ezrahi
Most people perceive joy as a response arising in the soul following circumstances, which have led to a wanted result. For instance: I found love, therefore I’m happy! But the Hassidic doctrine doesn’t see it this way.
It sees joy as a working tool, which produces a wanted result. That is: I am joyful, and as a result I will... Read more...
A Special Initiation
Rabbi Ohad Ezrahi designs a special Bar Mitzvah for his son.
Translated and adapted from the Hebrew by DeAnna L’am
On Thursday my son Yehoo went to school and entered his classroom for a math lesson. A strong knock on the door disturbed the class as soon as it started. The man who entered, announced that he had... Read more...
The Hebraic Path is Judaism and Kabbala which is reconnected to nature spirituality, to femininity and to all nations.
Making the efforts to survive in hard times Judaism had created itself over hundreds of years as a insular and “safe” religion, by disconnecting its followers from those three aspects of the Divine (Nature, Femininity &... Read more...